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Friseboda is best known for its long sandy beaches and refreshing swimming. Where the sand dunes end, the magical pine woodland takes over and smaller footpaths that are perfect for walking. The sandy habitats are unique and the entire recreation area is a nature reserve. Archaeological finds have shown people lived and fished here in the stone age and the eels sheds are frequent along the coast.
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Walking and rambling
There are lots of small footpaths and tractor tracks along the whole coast, but no marked footpaths. There is a footpath suitable for wheelchairs from the car park, by Kongaboden in the central part of the site, down to a viewing platform made accessible to disabled visitors.
Swimming is an obvious activity for the summertime at Friseboda. Bear in mind that strong winds from the sea can cause dangerous underwater currents.
The east coast of Skåne is known for its good sea trout fishing. It is, however, forbidden to fish from the 15th of September to the 30thof April.
There are no designated picnic areas on this site.
Friseboda is situated south of Åhus alongside the Scanian east coast. There are three parking areas within the area. You can access all three from the road 19.
From road 19, follow sign toward Åhus onto road 118. After about 3 km there are signs toward Friseboda. Follow the tarmac road straight ahead. Take a right on Slussvägen. Take the first left for the northern parking area or the third left for Kongaboden.
To get to the parking area Stockholmsboden, follow sign post toward Olseröd from road 19. After about 1 km, follow sign toward Nyagrop. Follow this road about 3 km to the parking area.
Gps to parking
WGS84 DDM 55°48.681'N, 14°12.356'E
RT90 6188085, 1399732
WGS84 DDM 55°47.306'N, 14°12.055'E
RT90 6185541, 1399359
The viewing platforms in the north and south are accessibility adapted, as are the trails from the parking area. The area is certified by Equality.
All of Friseboda recreation area is a nature reserve. This means that there are restrictions on the Right of Public Access in this area.
In parts of this area an EU funded project is taking place to restore sand dunes and heath. For more information visit sandlife.se
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